Critiques with Visiting Artists Caroline Wright, Son Kit, and Edra Soto We have a few time slots open for currently enrolled VISA students to reserve individual critiques with Visiting Artists Caroline Wright and Son Kit on Friday, April 6, and Edra Soto on Wednesday, April 11. Should you have interest in these opportunities, please email Kristine Newson for availability. Please note, if you sign-up for a critique with our guests, you must attend each artist's respective speaking engagement.
Studios Closed Over Spring Recess All studios are closed now until Sun. April 1 for Spring Recess. There will no lab monitors in the studios during this time. Studios will resume normal hours on Mon. Apr 2. Please plan accordingly.
HonorsApplications Opens Tues. Mar 20 As a Junior Visual Art Concentrator, you may choose to apply to the Honors Program for the 2018-2019 academic year. The details of the program are outlined in the link provided here. If you have any questions, please meet with your advisor or contact Olanda Estrada. A link to the online application will be sent directly to Junior VA Concentrators.
Lecture | Caroline Woolard Wed. Apr 4, 5pm List Art, room 110
64 College Street, Providence
Caroline Woolard (b. 1984) is a New York-based artist born in Rhode Island. Woolard creates sculptures using online networks, hand built objects, and immersive environments. Her work has been commissioned by MoMA, the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Creative Time, the Brooklyn Museum, Cornell University, and Cooper Union. She is the recipient of a number of awards and fellowships including at Pilchuck (2018), the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (2016), the Queens Museum (2014), Eyebeam (2013), Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund (2010), Watermill (2011), and the MacDowell Colony (2009). Recent scholarly writing on her work has been published in The Brooklyn Rail (2018); Artforum (2016); Art in America (2016); The New York Times (2016); and South Atlantic Quarterly (2015). Woolard’s work has been featured twice in PBS / Art21 for New York Close Up (2014, 2016). Her work will be featured in the 12th Dakar Biennial (2018).
Annual Alumni Panel Fri. Apr 6, 1-3pm List Art, room 110 64 College Street, Providence
Visual Art alumni return to campus to hold a panel discussion with current students about making art and working in the art world post-graduation. Panel discussions and presentations by: Caroline Wright ‘04, painter, musician, and dancer in Austin, Texas; and Son Kit '13, multi-media artist and co-founder of Codify Art in Brooklyn, New York.
On Campus Job Opportunity | Global Brown Brown´s Office of Global Engagement is seeking student aides to undertake projects and provide office support in J. Walter Wilson suite 313. The student aide position is primarily project-driven; students are expected to work independently on a variety of projects, including but not limited to data collection, research, and management of the OGE website and social media accounts. Additional responsibilities may include cataloging photographs, maintaining the OGE database, assisting with visitor logistics, proofreading and copy editing, and providing general administrative support for the office. First and second-year students are encouraged to apply! If you have any questions, please follow thelink for more information or contact email@example.com.
NYU Summer Studio Residency Deadline: Early decision Apr. 1, regular Apr. 15 Located on NYU’s downtown campus, in the internationally recognized Steinhardt Department of Art and Art Professions, Summer Studio Residency is a non-residential, 8-week program providing prime space and personalized mentorship to 24 emerging artists interested in focusing on creative practice. NYU’s SSR program encourages creative risk-taking, experimentation, and expansive dialogue across the following disciplines: drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, and video. More info here.
Call for Entry | UVU Woodbury Art Museum Deadline: Apr. 2, 5pm The 2018 Art of Our Century show calls for work relating to the idea of fusion. Whether physically or conceptually, blend the unique components of your piece so that they join together to create unity. This exhibition strives to showcase the art community on a broad scale and welcomes a wide spectrum of contemporary works. Juried by contemporary Artist/Curator Chauncey Secrist and contemporary Artist/Gallery owner Mark Slusser. More info here.
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